Public Buildings Projects

Public Buildings Projects

Jonathan Sethna Interiors


Freemason?s Hall located in Covent Garden is headquarters of the United Grand Lodge of England and the Supreme Grand Chapter of Royal Arch Masons of England and has been a meeting place since 1775, however, the current incarnation being opened in 1933.

As a building of historic interest the re-design and expansion of the existing Ladies and Gents WC?s were carefully monitored by the Heritage Council of Westminster.

By retaining and re-locating certain existing features, such as stained glass windows and glazed fretwork doors, we were able to marry and blend the new designs and finishes seamlessly with the existing interiors within this iconic building.

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Jonathan Sethna Interiors


The Law Society located in Chancery Lane, was founded in 1825 to improve the reputation of the legal profession.

The existing main hallway and reception were completely refurbished, with the introduction of a new business meeting lounge where the reception desk once stood.

The former interior consisted of a large dominating red inlaid carpet, plain painted white walls, cold lighting and uninspiring wall decorations.

The new interior scheme consisting of warm neutral tones, luxury finishes and purposeful warm lighting enhances the interior architecture, whilst adding a touch of luxury and style.

Special highlights include the fully mirrored walls surrounding the feature arched doubled doors, as well as the gold-painted ceiling roses.

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